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Live from the Met: Lucia di Lammermoor


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Donizetti's opera, based on the novel by Sir Walter Scott , live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Metropolitan Opera
Chorus and Orchestra conductor Marcello Panni
6.45 The Metropolitan Opera Quiz
Listeners challenge the opera experts.
•Send your questions for future Metropolitan Opera Quizzes by airmail to: Texaco Opera Quiz. 101 Park Avenue. Suite 1812. New York. NY 10178
7.15 Act 2
8.00 Architects and Critics: An American View
Historian and critic
Professor Vincent Scully of Yale University talks to Joe Mordaunt Crook ,
Professor of Architectural
History at the University of London, about the development of architecture since 1945.
8.20 Act 3
(An EBU presentation in association with the Texaco
Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network)


Novel By: Sir Walter Scott
Conductor: Marcello Panni
Unknown: Professor Vincent Scully
Unknown: Joe Mordaunt Crook
Ltlda: June Anderson(sop)
Edgardo: Richard Leech(tenor)
Enrico: Juan Pons(bar)
Ratmondo: Paul Pushka(bass)
Arturo: Paul Groves(tenor)

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Live from the Met: Lucia di Lammermoor

BBC Radio 3, 12 December 1992 18.00

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